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#1487 Duplicate Detect if downloaded torrent's data has been deleted from filesystem Dema
Description

If I delete data of completed torrent by hand( i.e. through nautilus), deluge starts to redownload it. It would be nice if deluge just show error like "torrent's data is missing" and will not try to download it again if I do not ask it explicitly by choosing "force recheck".

#1488 Duplicate Annoying `invalid bencoding of tracker response: ""' ras
Description

This annoying error, `invalid bencoding of tracker response: ""', I see only for torrents with auto managed mode on, and not ever for torrents for which I've auto managed mode turned off. When I turn auto managed mode of failed torrent off and restart it, all goes fine, and if I turn it on again, the same error appears. This error manifests itself frequently to me. VERY annoying. If it is not possible to fix it somehow, I would like to have option in preferences that would allow me to turn auto managed mode off once and for ever.

#1516 Duplicate Local file choosers displayed by gtkui for remote connection through SSH tunnel tkoster
Description

The GTK UI is showing local file browsers for my connection to a remote deluged instance.

I didn't think the deluge team would be silly enough to do this, and I was right of course, but after diving into the source it seems to me that the client is switching which chooser to display depending on whether the server address is localhost or not. Herein lies the problem: I am connected to a remote deluged instance through an SSH tunnel with my endpoint bound to localhost. That is, yes: the UI is connected to localhost, but no: the deluged instance is not running locally.

Specifically:

  • deluged is running on 'remotesvr' on the usual port.
  • I open the tunnel like so: "ssh -N -L 58847:localhost:58846 thomas@remotesvr".
  • I connect to the remote deluged through the tunnel by pointing my client at localhost:58847.
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